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Old 04-28-2005, 03:49 PM   #16
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How was I not aware of this? my actual question isn't about the quality of the music so much as the production: How is it? Blackout was very, very polished. I think Sing Loud, Sing Proud had the best production for their sound.

it sounds about as polished as blackout. i think. i don't pay a lot of attention to production. i'm actually listened to pieces of all 3 of those albums back to back now to see if i can come up with an opinion ork:
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Heh. I like dorks. Where, praytell, can I obtain this beauty of an album?
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Old 04-28-2005, 11:27 PM   #18
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i'm sure it's all over bittorrents, i found it on soulseek pretty easily...i suppose i could ...i trust you'll be purchasing a copy eventually...
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Oh my god this is soooooo good.

"The Green Fields of France"
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I'm beginning to think they're incapable of putting out an album I don't like. I'm just about through with this, and there's not one song I dislike. That's more than i can say for any of the first four, including both Do or Die and Blackout (my personal faves).

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Oh my god this is soooooo good.

"The Green Fields of France"


people can trash al barr all they want, he's proved he can sing in various different styles and do it well.
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I'm beginning to think they're incapable of putting out an album I don't like. I'm just about through with this, and there's not one song I dislike. That's more than i can say for any of the first four, including both Do or Die and Blackout (my personal faves).


i still hate i'm shipping up to boston

but otherwise, i agree
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Yes. Yes. Yes. I'm more and more convinced they need to do a studio version of "Fairytale of New York."
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Yes. Yes. Yes. I'm more and more convinced they need to do a studio version of "Fairytale of New York."

holy shit, yes. they really do. i think mislabeled that live one i sent you, by the way. if you're a super-nerd about that kind of thing, i'll check when i get home on what the actual date was...actually, if it was from the werchert, belgium festival it might be labeled correctly. i can't remember off the top of my head.
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Don't worry about the date... it's a non-issue. I rather like the new arrangement of "Shipping"
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Wow, how weird is it that Blackout came out 2 years ago? I remember DKM, Radiohead, and Grandaddy all released albums on that same day. Freaking insane that that was 2 years ago, I completely remember that day!
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i remember that day, too, actually. i remember what store i went to, thw weather, and approximatly what time it was when i went to pick up the cds.

now if i could only remember the stuff i need to remember for school
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i just got back from the umass spring concert (for some reason, dkm played last...half the place cleared out after nas finished his set), and they played a bunch of new songs. sounded really good.

they opened with "your spirit's alive" which was pretty rad. they also did "citizen CIA", "the auld triangle", "sunshine highway", "the warrior's code". sounded damn good to me.



and i'm glad i never actually made that bet with anyone that they wouldn't end with skinhead. i was ready to put money on it, that they wouldn't play it in a PC-as-fuck town like amherst (i bet someone tomorrow will be screaming "oooooh!!!! they said skinhead!!!!!!! they're nazis!!!!!" ).

they did blood and whiskey, vengence, it's a long way to the top, which side are you on, barroom hero (i wasn't pulled up on stage to sing it, but al barr did come down to the baracade to let me finish it when the guy who did get to sing it fucked up. he was going to pick me, but ken casey picked the other dude, and i wish i could have heard better cos he said something like "this kid has a ducky boys shirt on!! that's what i'm talking about!" )...

uh....what else did they do. rocky road to dublin, heroes of our past, fields of athenry, spicy jig, boys on the docks, tessie, walk away (which i still hate)...and probably a song or two i'm forgetting.


it was lame when they did the spicy jig, the girls didn't know to go up on stage...and no one knew to rush the stage for skinhead (which is how i managed to get up there easier than ever and sing with al)....funny shit.
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What is that, your 8,000th time seeing them live?

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6th!!! only 6th!!
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